According to reports, Twitter is testing a new font family called Chirp. It was first introduced in January 2021, and according to user reports, Twitter has also begun to promote fonts to its web version. There is no information on when the font will be widely published or when it will be published to Twitter’s mobile app. Twitter said that the font is a mix between American Gothic style and European grotesque style, with the special handcraft quirks of early woodcut specimens added.

Many Twitter users Reported Get the first new Chirp font family Bring in As early as January 2021, users reported that the Twitter font change was first discovered by Android Police. Gadget 360 can view the new font family on macOS devices, but not on Windows. Presumably, the new font family may also have been released to other platforms.

Twitter’s new Chirp font is visible on macOS devices

According to a tweet According to user @BOVINEDREAMS, the new fonts are part of Chirp Black, Chirp Bold and Chirp Regular, which are part of Twitter’s newly developed font family.All fonts are section Chirp Sans series fonts, and replace the previously used Segoe UI fonts.

Earlier this year, Twitter creative director Derrit DeRouen Say Users may eventually see the new Chirp font on the web version, but did not specify an exact timeline for the first display. This font was developed in cooperation with Grili Type Foundry in Switzerland.

Jane Manchun Wong, Reverse Engineering Expert Show off Turn ligature [CHIRPBIRDICON] To the Twitter logo. However, when Advertisement Shout tested the feature, it was not visible. There may be other details or requirements that will affect the appearance of the new font, but Twitter has not yet provided any confirmation. Advertisement Shout contacted Twitter to confirm the launch of the Chirp font family, and the company said it has not “shared any further information”.

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